Wednesday, 15 July 2020

Silver Howe with the Olympus 12-100mm Pro lens

Recently my wife and I had our first post-lockdown stop-over in the lake district. Staying in Grasmere we decided to do a walk up Silver Howe, a short walk but hopefully with nice views.
Silver Howe is quite a steep ascent so I decided to travel light taking just my Olympus EM1 MKII and 12-100mm Pro lens which would give me a 24-200mm F4 full-frame equivalent. I wasn't worried about not taking a tripod because I knew the light would be good and the dual image stabiliser in the camera and lens would make it easy to handhold even at longer focal lengths.
I wasn't disappointed with the views it's definitely a walk we will be doing again this Autumn when the colours and light will make it a landscape photographers dream location.

Langdale pikes from Silver Howe
ISO 200, 1/320th sec, F7.1, 54mm

3 comments:

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  2. A very well captured scenery, do you have any photography tutorials available online? Because I really want to learn this skill. As I am a passionate traveler and always try to capture new places, but I am not too good at it. I am just a few clicks away from opting to buy argumentative essay in UK because it is the last academic task before summer break, and then I will learn photography from the best sources.

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  3. You won’t believe it if I say I just got goosebumps by just looking at the picture. Like I haven’t seen the mountains since I was 15 y/o and now I work as a US Essay Writer in an essay writing service. I have been saving for a trip to the mountains. But after reading and looking at your experience, I am more than excited to visit the mountains.

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